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Al Jazeera
Dec 2, 2013 2:00am EST
recover from the devastating flood in september. jamestown was nearly destroyed. we look at how residents are bouncing back. >> the music is back. with it the people are slowing returning to the foothills down in the rocky mountains. >> on saturday nights, since the september flood displaced residents gathered at the jamestown mercantile, the meeting place for the past 100 years. >> once you come in and the music is playing and you see your friends, for a few hours it's back to what we had. it's a huge comfort. >> i'm cooking tonight. >> many are now scattered across colorado, forced to live in other communities because properties were destroyed. they come back to jamestown, travelling over flood-ravaged roads once a week to share stories. losing the house was a shock. >> more than 13 inches of rain turns the creek into a monster. the flooding haunts the hills. chad's home is a loss. >> i was here for the - until the floodwaters started to come down the street. >> this will give you an example of the damage here. see the foundation over there, that was a home on the other side o
Al Jazeera
Dec 1, 2013 6:00pm EST
community of jamestown was destroyed when a year's worth of rain fell in a week. the floodwaters may have washed away homes, but not their spirits. >> the music is back, and with it the people are slowly returning to the foothills town in the rocky mountains. on-saturday night, since the september flood, displaced residents g residents gather at the jamestown mercantile. >> once you come in and the music plays and you see your friends, for a few hours it's back to what we had. it's a huge comfort. >> i'm cooking. >> many are scattered across colorado, forced to live in other communities because their properties were destroyed. they come back to jamestown travelling over flood-ravaged roads once a week to share their stories. losing the house was a shock. >> more than 13 inches of rain turned james creek into a monster. the flooding haunts of the hills. >> chad's home was a loss. >> i was here until flood water came down of the street. >> this will give you an look at what the damage will be like. on the other side of the creek was a home. it will not be re-built. this community is determi
Al Jazeera
Dec 1, 2013 11:00pm EST
colorado after devastating floods. eight people died in september. the community of jamestown northwest of denver was nearly destroyed when a year's worth of rain fell in less than a week. al jazeera's jim hooley reports the flood waters may have washed away homes but not spirits. >> the music is back. with it, people are slowly returning to this foot hills town in the rocky mountains. >> on saturday night, sevenlings the september flood displaced residents gathering at the james town america entitle, the town's meeting plates for the past 100 years. >> once you come in here and the music is playing, you see all of your friends and it's like for a few hours, just back to what we have always had. it's been a huge comfort. >> i am cooking tonight. >> many are scattered across colorado, forced to live in other communities because their properties were destroyed. they come back to jamestown traveling over flood-ravaged roads once a week to share stories. >> losing our house was quite a shock. >> more than 13 inches of rain turned the tiny james creek into a monster. the flooding haunts thes
PBS
Dec 1, 2013 5:30am PST
love and read from melbourne twenty fourteen and in ict is waiting for its moments. jamestown cctv news in melbourne australia. aso on world aids day at the global leader in the eight and the response michelle said a base as scientists politicians and civil can afford to take the photo op the panel was genial annie and developing go ty gets to you in a ton today is the time to act is now campus as financing is critical to have a meeting with a squeak of the global fund that seeks to raise fifteen billion us dollars for the next three day three years trying to jamestown and an assist in tokyo. the seeds you will see wool today's day as the double feature for a response and we here in melbourne which in a few months from now will be seen in nashville a conference for the very first time. tommy we think of all that was new to see. we can see they cautioned me not so we know of thinking that i strictly obesity. we are seeing in decline in new infections it to where we are seeing a lot of soul and peas often alma in the dirt off of sick man hunting access to those basic set of issues wh
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 1:00am EST
before jamestown or plymouth for st. agusta in florida. they tried to make a way in the southwest and there were looking for salts or gold to sell a and that is where the restless moving begins a. i began in the 16th century. >> host: what is one thing we will learn? to make 23 states it war was all or part of the spanish empire from vancouver island is in what is now british columbia, clear across florida and the enormous crescent was all part of the spanish empire. there were three. the spanish and the french and english, rubbing up against each other so i suggest that you think of the united states not just english starting on the east coast moving to the pacific but as a multi empire issue that wrestles until we have a winner. that is the united states to jake every betty from everywhere and make them american. >> host: in the book is called latino americans. you are watching booktv on c-span2. >> i did not get that idea but i had the idea to do is a beginning book about computers and da's specifically invite inspired myself dealing with people with of the editing -- editing job i
Bloomberg
Dec 30, 2013 5:00pm EST
jamestown foundation, joining us from washington dc. is charity status all a sham? bowl gay the moneygoes -- mgame goes. and our first mystery guest clue. ♪ season andwl game many college football games mean the money in the form of sponsorships and ticket sales. my next guest says that while the old games enjoy a charity status, less than two percent of the revenues actually go to charities. 10 stern is the president at palisades media, any he is the former chinese just teed executive at national public radio. former chief executive at national public radio. great to have you with us here on bloomberg. describe the difference between nonprofit charity status, and football bowl games. them, alles, all of 35 of them, are typically registered at 501(c)(3) charities. educational charities, amateur athletic charity, side to charities, their charities like the red cross, habitat for humanity of and they are all tax exempt. wrong with nothing being a tax-exempt organization, and raising money for charity for these ballgames, right? >> right, except at very little of the money that is raised t
PBS
Dec 6, 2013 5:30am PST
michael the jamestown went to jack honest i cannot tell that wishes that she misses meant that i didn't feel was filmed at the same housing gonna stuck with mr on his release from prison where he very cute on perfect thickness. we met at it being twenty three years and nelson mandela was released from golden hind end and with the novel i never wanted it. or was it like that. the day that he was released. i don't mean it is easy cool. time to make it a priority. erm. the nation was ecstatic. also in their room we had to note that two men three years and years and by the time. it happened. erm the sole hope of winning and the hopes of a nation where she is learning. he saved that you are expecting a toasty many years of the day. actually that great during the term can get nelson mandela. did you actually need to do with happen until he sold its gates of and see your husband it on them. when it from the roman period chosen the tournament on the musical. they would come on. and here we can beat this country. so as i hear weekend her head hit the storm light to carry on. this boom and
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2013 9:05pm EST
spanish and also the english and jamestown. but that may flower narrative about freedom from persecution futures so prominently. because nices like to celebrate themselves. and down play some of the more negative things. and americans have really embraced the idea that the country should be a place of corp. lymph, freedom. >> host: tell me about how you came to write the book. why do you think it was important look that the narrative? >> guest: well, some of my research after 9/11 was focused on -- it was apparent to me after 9/11 as the nation was dealing with the grip ling crimes that had been inflicted on us, that there was likely to be a backlash against them based on what i had known about american history and earlier. and so a colleague and i cowrote a book. and it addressed a real need that the nation has to deal with the issue. a term that didn't exist in common parlance in 2007 when we published the book. the other works were corming out and journalists were bringing out the issue after 2007 or so. so i there was clear evidence as you read the papers, or any news med
CSPAN
Dec 28, 2013 10:00pm EST
came here much earlier such as the spanish and also the english in jamestown. but that mayflower narrative about freedom from persecution just feature so prominently because nations like to celebrate themselves and downplay some of the more negative things and americans have embraced the side via that the country should embrace freedom. >> host: tell me a little bit about why you think it was important to look at that narrative. >> guest: well, some of my research after 9/11 was focused on islamaphobia. it was after 9/11 that is the nation was dealing with these crippling crimes inflicted on us that there was likely to be a backlash based on what i know about american history from earlier. and so a colleague and i co-wrote a book called islamaphobia and it addressed a real need that the nation had to deal with this issue of islamaphobia, a term that didn't really exist in 2007 when we publish that vote. happily other words were coming out as journalists were bringing out this issue after 2007. so, but there is clear evidence as we read the papers or any news media that there is s
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 7:15am EST
i started there because to me that's where the united states is really born. before jamestown, before plymouth, before st. augustine, florida, these people tried to make away in a very dry, scrubby southwest. they were looking for salt, looking for gold, they were looking for a place to herd cattle so they could sell hides down in mexico city. that's really where that entrepreneurial, mercantile, restless moving united states begins for me. so i started in new mexico. >> ray suarez, what's one thing that we're going to learn reading "latino americans"? >> that 23 states of the current united states were once all or part of, in the spanish empire. empire. all the way from vancouver island in what's now british columbia clear across to florida in this enormous crescent, that was all part of the spanish empire, and there were really three empires. the spanish, french and english with their elbows out rubbing up against each other, pushing up against each other. so i'm suggesting you think of the united states, not just as an english thing that starts on the east coast and moved t
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2013 12:00am EST
much earlier such as the spanish and also the english and jamestown, but that may flower narrative about the freedom from prosecution the speech was so prominent because the nation's like to celebrate themselves and downplay things and americans have embraced this idea that it should be a place of freedom. >> tell me a little bit about how you came to write the book. some of my research after 9/11 was focused on islamophobia because after 9/11 as the nation was dealing with a crippling crime that has been afflicted there was likely to be a backlash in what i know about american history and so a colleague of i rico wrote a book called making muslims the enemy and it addresses the need that venetian had to deal with this issue of islamophobia and it turned out we didn't exist in 2007 when we published that book but others were coming out bringing out this issue in 2007. so, there is evidence in the paper or any news media that the sentiment in america damage the lives of them on the muslims and on the annual basis what can we do to contribute to the conversation to help americans und
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2013 8:30am EST
founded not by the british government, it was founded by private companies, you know? the jamestown colony was actually a london publicly-traded company on the london stock exchange, and they hired guys like john smith who was a professional soldier to come and protect the colony and later became the first governor. and miles standish, the same way. so the idea of contractors in american history being armed, i mean, look, nine out of ten ships taken during the american revolution were taken by privateers, private ship, private master, issued a hunting license. it's even in the constitution, it's called a letter of mark and reprisal. it's a hunting license that allows them to go after enemy ships. so it's a lot more interlaced in our history than people want to imagine. >> well, there is the technical definition, erik, but then there is also the meaning that has become attached to the word mercenary, you know, just the idea of profiting from bloodshed, that sort of thing. >> sure. >> how do you respond to that? >> well, i'll handle it the way i have a quote on my wall in my basement,
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2013 10:00pm EST
not by the british government, it was found by private companies. the jamestown colony was a one-man publicly traded company and they hired a guy like john smith was a professional soldier to come and protect the colony and later became the first governor and he was the same way. so the idea of contractors in american history being armed, nine out of ten were taken by private years. private ship, crew, master issued a hunting license. it's called a letter of market reprisal as the hunting license that allows them to go after enemy ships. so, it is a lot more interlaced in history than people want to imagine. >> host: there is the technical definition but then there is also the meaning that has become attached to the word mercenary. just the idea of profiting from blood shed and that sort of thing. how do you respond to that? >> guest >> i will handle it the same way i have a quote on the wall in my basement. in the earlier 70's there was a congressional hearing and a debate between general westmoreland and friedman and this was at the time the u.s. is transitioning from a draft a
Al Jazeera
Dec 2, 2013 6:00am EST
. jamestown, which is just northwest of denver was nearly destroyed. we find how residents there are bouncing back. >> the music is back, and with it, the people are slowly returning to this foot hills town in the rocky mountains. on saturday night, sips the september flood displaced residents gathered in the james town mercantile. >> once you come in here and the music's playing, you see all your friends and for a few hours, it's back to what we've always had. it's ban huge confident. >> i'm cooking tonight. >> many are now scattered across colorado, forced to live unother communities because their properties were destroyed. they come back to james town, traveling over flood-ravaged road once a week to share their stories. >> losing our house was quite a shock. >> more than 13 inches of rain turned the james creek into a monster. the flooding still haunts these hills. chad's hill is a total loss. >> i was here until the floodwaters actually started to come down the street. >> this will give you a good example of the damage. the foundation here was a home on that the other side of the creek.
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 5:30am EST
jamestown, before plymouth, before st. augustine, florida, these people tried to make away in a very dry, scrubby southwest. they were looking for salt, looking for gold, they were looking for a place to herd cattle so they could sell hides down in mexico city. that's really where that entrepreneurial, mercantile, restless moving united states begins for me. so i started in new mexico. >> ray suarez, what's one thing that we're going to learn reading "latino americans"? >> that 23 states of the current united states were once all or part of, in the spanish empire. empire. all the way from vancouver island in what's
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2013 7:00am EST
. you go there to relax. we do not need to push the world agenda. host: last call is from jamestown, north carolina. caller: good morning. i'm doing well. i would just like to say that i agree with what the president is doing. sending any major political figures to the represent -- the olympics to represent the united states. there is nothing wrong with that. it can be used as political leverage to let the world know what is going on. host: ok. jake says do not punish the athletes who train most of their lives to get there. we still competed and won a not to germany posted them. the president and first family are now in white. they arrived at midnight local time. they will spend the next 17 days in whole eye. it is the sixth time in a row that they have spent christmas in white. -- in hawaii. they are talking about past presidential vacations. john f. kennedy spent many christmases in martha's vineyard. you can read that story online at washington post.com. coming up next, we will have scott snyder joining us and leave it -- later david sanger. be senatorguest will david vitter. we
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2013 2:10pm EST
the united states is really born. before jamestown, before planet, before saint augustine, florida. these people try to make away in a very dry, scrubby southwest. they were looking for salt. they were looking for gold here they were looking for a place to herd cattle so they could settle hides in mexico city. that's really where the entrepreneurial mercantile, restlessness and united states begins for me. so i started in new mexico. in the 16th century. >> ray suarez, what is one thing we are going to learn reading "latino americans"? >> at 23 states of the current united states were once all or part of the spanish empire. all the way from vancouver island and what's now british columbia, crew across to florida in this enormous crescent. that was all part of the spanish empire. there really three empires. the spanish, french and wish with their elbows out, rubbing up against each other, pushing against each other. i'm suggesting you think of the united states not just as an english thing that starts on the east coast and moves to the pacific, but as a multi-entire thing that wrest
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